BRYMBO are gunning for a spot in the Premier Division's top-three tomorrow.

Fourth-placed Brymbo, seven points behind Gresford, in third, will aim to maintain their promising campaign so far as they go to Llandudno for their seventh match of the summer.

Last weekend, they claimed a maximum points win over Gresford and skipper Dan Parry said: "It was a very good performance.

"I think everybody bowled well and it's not far off the perfect performance.

"We can still be better, as coach Russ Penrhyn-Jones tells me!"

Brymbo will be at full strength for the Llandudno match, with Alex Paterson and Jake James back in the side.

Turning to Division One and a defining spell of the season is fast approaching for Hawarden Park, who host Gwersyllt Park tomorrow.

After this weekend, matches against Denbigh, Conwy, Halkyn and Connah's Quay are on the horizon.

"The next five weeks might shape the season," said Hawarden Park skipper Jamie Brailsford.

Park have won six out of six this season and Brailsford added: "Everybody has contributed when needed and we're not just relying on one every week.

"Points at this stage don't matter. It's winning.

"We just need to keep winning and if we keep winning, no-one can catch us.

"But there's so many teams up there that can beat anybody."

Brailsford is anticipating a tough battle with Gwersyllt Park and Hawarden Park will welcome back the captain, Adam Cross and one other.

Unbeaten Halkyn will be without standout performer Gareth Fox for tomorrow's home game with Llanrwst.

In comes Gareth Thomas as second-placed Halkyn aim to make it seven wins out of seven.

Skipper Ben Roberts said: "Happy with the clinical win on Saturday. Marchwiel have shown with the result against Conwy they are a good side so it could have been a tricky fixture."

Looking ahead to Llanrwst, Roberts added: "Taking it game by game and looking to continue our winning run as deep into the season as we can."

Buckley play host to Dolgellau tomorrow, while Marchwiel and Wrexham have home advantage against Connah's Quay.

Bangor Seconds head to Abergele and Conwy welcome leaders Denbigh.

Division 2: Bersham v Ruthin, Bethesda v Hawarden Park 2nds; Caernarfon v Carmel & District, Gresford 2nds v Menai Bridge 2nds; Mochdre 2nds v St Asaph 2nds; Mold 2nds v Northop 2nds.

Division 3: Brymbo 2nds v Conwy 2nds; Connah's Quay 2nds v Mynydd Isa & Maeshafn; Denbigh 2nds v Buckley 2nds; Gwersyllt Park 2nds v Abergele 2nds; Pontblyddyn 2nds v Pwllheli 2nds; Ruthin 2nds v Bethesda 2nds.

Division 4: Carmel & District 2nds v Hawarden Park 3rds; Corwen v Bersham 2nds; Dolgellau 2nds v Marchwiel and Wrexham 2nds; Llanrwst 2nds v Llandudno 2nds.